Three people were charged Thursday in connection with the discovery of an active one-pot meth lab.
John Conder, 30, of the 7700 block of Regina Drive, faces a felony count of possession of meth precursors and misdemeanor counts of marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Renald Williams Sr., 27, of the 700 block of Growth Avenue, and Christina Baker, 38, of the 9900 block of Jefferson Way, were charged with possession of meth precursors. Williams was also charged with dealing meth.
According to court papers, city police received an anonymous tip early Saturday regarding a meth lab at a Fort Wayne apartment. Court papers did not disclose the address of the apartment.
Police went to the home, and the renter let officers inside. In a bedroom, police found Baker, Conder and Williams standing over a one-pot meth lab, according to court papers.
On Thursday, Williams was being held in lieu of $152,500 bail at the Allen County Jail. He also faces an unrelated charge of intimidation.
Baker was being held without bail on an unrelated misdemeanor. Conder posted a $2,500 bond to be released from custody Thursday.